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eCommerce Wholesaling Making 2015 A Sweet Year

One of the most popular new business trends of 2014 was the growth of sweets companies, be they cupcake shops or candy stores. Despite an increasing push for healthy living, people have proven that they love their sweet treats and this is not going to change in 2015. With businesses foraying into the candy market, eCommerce wholesalers are supporting this quickly growing candy demand. B2B online candy suppliers let small business owners pick and purchase hundreds of candy types all from the comfort of their shops for quick delivery and lowered costs. Here are the three top B2B candy wholesalers online:

1. Royal Wholesale Candy 4

Royal Wholesale Candy is a full scale distributor of bulk candy, chocolates, nuts and dried fruits, wrapped candy, sugar free products, packaged candy, novelties, boxed chocolates, and seasonal sweets, serving B2B customers across the country from its eCommerce site. In addition to offering specialty items, like kosher and gluten free products, what sets Royal Wholesale Candy apart is that it also maintains its own fleet of trucks for deliveries along the East Coast. 

2. Groovy Candies 0

Groovy Candies was one of the first candy wholesalers on the web in 1999 and has been a part of the growth of eCommerce wholesaling from its infancy. This Cleveland-based company may be riding the wave of the future by being an online B2B candy supplier, but it is also capitalizing on the candy expertise of its staff. Groovy Candies has buyers that scout the best candy from 140 candy factories around the world, and then sells them from one convenient website. 

3. Candy Concepts Inc. 0

Candy Concepts, Inc. is a Wisconsin-based online supplier of wholesale candy and related materials and equipment. In addition to offering a variety of high quality sweets, Candy Concepts also sells important ancillary items like merchandise displays, novelty toys, traditional convenience store racks, and much more, making it a convenient and efficient vendor.

Michael Noble is the CEO of Apruve. Apruve is a payment platform designed for B2B eCommerce. From handling purchasing approval to streamlining POs, Apruve streamlines complicated B2B payment workflows and corporate account management so merchants can better focus on growing their business, not how they'll get paid.

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